The company’s popular Mako robotic surgery systems are more than just the robot when it comes to knee and hip surgeries. There’s the preoperative data modeling and planning. Plus, software and displays assist the surgeon with navigation during the surgery.
It is but one of the examples of the journey the world’s largest orthopedic device company has been on when it comes to improving outcomes through digital technology. Come to DeviceTalks Boston — May 10–11, 2022 — and discover more about how Stryker is accelerating its delivery of these technologies through organic innovation and M&A.
A panel of leaders from the company will discuss industry trends and breakthrough technologies. What does heightened focus on digital potentially mean for medtech?
Panelists from Stryker will include:
Spencer Stiles, group president, Orthopaedics and Spine;
Siddarth Satish, VP, Digital Innovation for Surgical Technologies;
Dave Lively SVPof Product Management, Vocera (now part of Stryker);
Robert Cohen, president, Digital, Robotics, and Enabling Technologies;
Tracy Robertson, VP, Digital, Stryker.